Investment Research Insights
A glimmer of hope on the COVID-19 front last week created some good news in the stock markets.
The first quarter of 2020 was historic and staggering in two ways – the public health crisis and the speed of the economic downturn.
Fenimore’s goal is to emerge from this downturn owning an optimal collection of quality companies.
As we try to absorb and process the rapid-fire, constantly evolving headlines and adapt to our temporary, yet far-ranging, lifestyle changes, I think it’s important — and, hopefully, reassuring — for you to know that Fenimore is not deviating from our time-tested, long-term investment model.
Three weeks ago, when Italy reported a large increase in coronavirus cases, the stock market responded with a significant decline in prices. Investors feared that the actions needed to stop the virus (i.e. staying home) could ...
What’s happening with the price of oil? And what’s it say about our economy? Let’s take a look.
At a quick glance, the bad news appears to be piling on. The global economic fallout from the coronavirus continues to roil the stock market. On top of this – although unrelated – U.S. stocks dropped significantly on Monday apparently due to investor anxiety over a crude oil price war.
Thursday’s coronavirus-driven stock market plunge spurred intense news. “Unprecedented” was a term often used. In this time of uncertainty, we’d like to provide Fenimore’s perspective.
In a February 1 article about FAMEX, Mutual Fund Observer website cofounder David Snowball writes, “Three things stand out:”
Paul Hogan was interviewed in an article, “Dividend Compounders.” He discussed our investment process, the analysis of dividend-paying companies, and what makes FAMEX distinct from similar funds.